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Current topic: Where and in what jobs highly-educated Russians work

  • More and more workers with higher education

  • Engineers, economists, schoolteachers…

  • · New times – a demand for new professions

  • Profession and career advancement

  • The link between a person’s job and his field of study (a subjective evaluation)

  • Conclusion

  • Links to related topics

  • Topics of previous issues

European demographic barometer

Education of the population of the EU-28, 2015

  • In 2015, the percentage of the population aged 30-34 years with higher education in the EU-28 rose to 39%

  • Among those born outside the EU-28, the share of the population aged 30-34 years with higher education increased to 35%

  • About 4.8 million people annually receive a higher education, one third of them in the field of social sciences, business and law

  • In 2014, 19.5 million people in the EU-28 were enrolled in higher education programs

  • In some EU-28 countries, the number of students in vocational programs of a lower level was comparable to the number of students in higher education programs

Through the eyes of the analysts…

  • Does the Russian economy need human capital? Ten doubts

  • The success of the “education-job” transition: for whom is the path easier?

  • The structure of employment of the rural population in the Central Black Earth region

Take care of women!

  • Gender inequality index - 2016

  • “Mizulina’s spanking”: what the decriminalization of domestic violence will lead to

In the vastness of Russia

  • The maximum economic effect of raising the retirement age will come in 10-16 years

  • Skvortsova announces reasons for the reduction of mortality in Russia

  • Almost 86,000 marriages registered in Moscow in 2016

  • Trutnev promises Putin to stop the flight of people from the Far East

  • Amur monotown will become an example of the demographic rise in the Far Eastern Federal District

  • Sustainability ranking of Russia’s cities has been published for 2015

  • Ministry of Construction proposes to use maternity capital for monthly mortgage payments

  • Ban on adoptions by Americans declared illegal

  • 11 Russian cities to toughen registration rules during 2018 World Cup

  • Russia and Armenia have solved the issue of bilateral travel with internal passports

  • Putin promises to solve problem of Moldovan migrants in Russia

  • Government rejects idea of penalties for HIV-infected

  • Russians have begun drinking and smoking less

  • Alcohol consumption in Russia still at 13 liters per person

  • The number of deaths from alcohol during the New Year holidays fell by 65%

  • Onishchenko proposes to glue health warnings onto vodka bottles

  • Ministry of Health has included 28 alcohol-based medicines in “risk group”

  • Ministry of Finance does not support anti-tobacco concept of the Ministry of Health

  • Mortality from cancer will decrease in the next 1-2 years

  • Over 40,000 children born with the help of IVF in 2016

  • More than 900 schools closed in Russia due to flu epidemic

  • About half of Moscow residents were vaccinated against the flu

  • Ministry of Health proposes to introduce new procedure for medical examinations of children

  • Electronic medical records to be introduced starting in 2019

  • Most Russians condemn domestic violence

World news

  • Permanent population of Uzbekistan is 32.12 million

  • On January 1, 2017 1,317,800 people were living in Estonia

  • Population of Sweden has exceeded 10 million for the first time

  • China’s population rose to 1.38 billion over past year

  • Chinese authorities report beginning of baby boom

  • Between 2000 and 2016 Riga lost 16.5% of its population

  • Estonia to begin paying pensions according to total number of years worked starting in 2037

  • Estonia’s future pensioners are asked to find their employment records

  • Latvians would like to retire early

  • In Latvia, the number of university graduates has fallen by 40% over 6 years

  • Uzbekistan plans to abolish exit visas

  • British authorities have not yet made a decision on migration control

  • In Canada, a proposal to simplify conditions for the entry of migrants

  • Donald Trump to sign decrees limiting migration

  • Le Pen calls for expelling migrants from France and leaving the Schengen zone

  • Trump calls Merkel’s migrant policy “catastrophic”

  • Dutch Prime Minister urges migrants to “be normal” or “leave the country”

  • Pope calls on Europeans to work on integrating migrants

  • In Denmark, refugee children forbidden to marry before they are legal adults

  • Fewer Tajiks leaving the country to work

  • Belarus to build accommodation centers for illegal migrants

  • Lukashenko says Belarus doesn’t need “others’ migrants”

  • WHO has summarized data on alcohol consumption in 191 countries

  • Diabetes shortens a person’s life by about nine years

  • Trump bans financing of abortions abroad from US budget

The newspapers write about…

  • “Rossiyskaya Gazeta” on Russia’s demographic policy and demographic prospects

  • “Izvestiya” on Russia’s demographic Data Sheet

  • “RBK” on fertility growth in China

  • “Vechernaya Moskva” on China’s demographic policy and population growth

  • “EurasiaNet” on sex-selective abortion in Georgia

  • “Kommersant” on a set of measures to reduce the mortality of Russians

  • “Rossiyskaya Gazeta” on an expected deterioration in mortality indices in Russia

  • “Life” on a system for reducing mortality from heart attacks

  • “Rossiyskaya Gazeta” on providing urgent medical care for foreigners

  • “RBK” on the mandatory registration of people with HIV

  • “Rossiyskaya Gazeta” on superbugs

  • “Ogonyok” on the future of health care

  • “Lenta.ru” on the alleged reduction of alcohol consumption

  • “Aftenposten” and “Life” on the fight against smoking

  • “Meduza” on America’s wall on the Mexican border

  • “Le Figaro” on Germany’s refugee policy

  • “Polit.ru” on the integration of migrants in Russia

  • “Russkaya Sluzhba BBC” on the rules for migrants in Moscow

  • “Life” on migration from Ukraine

  • “EurasiaNet” on migration to and from the Crimea

  • “Kommersant” on unemployment in the world

  • “Ogonyok” on the inefficiency of Russian labor

  • “RBK” on the displacement of workers by robots

  • “TASS” on cadres for the Arctic

  • “Kommersant” on how the Stolypin Club sees the future of the social sphere

  • “Nezavisimaya Gazeta” on the retirement age and surviving till your pension

  • “RBK” on inequality in the world

  • “Realnoye Vremya” on the history and demographics of the Tatar ethnos

  • “Life” on the Pale of Settlement

  • “Bloomberg” on the decriminalizing of domestic violence

  • “Kommersant” on a development rating of cities

  • “Gazeta.Ru” on a spatial development strategy

  • “Izvestiya” on macro-regions

  • “Polonia Christiana” on sologamy

Read books and magazines

  • Mechanisms of the Russian labor market

  • Labor migration and migrant integration policy in Germany and Russia

  • 2015 United Nations Demographic Yearbook

  • Russian Statistical Yearbook 2016

  • Guidelines for municipalities. Taking action in the fight against human trafficking at the local level

  • Through the pages of the journals “Voprosy Statistiki” (“Statistical Issues”) and “Uroven zhizni naseleniya regionov Rossii” (“The standard of living of Russia’s regions”)

  • Contents of the “Journal of Population Economics”

Demographic Digest

  • Unrealized fertility: Fertility desires at the end of the reproductive career

  • How Dangerous Is Obesity? Issues in Measurement and Interpretation

  • BONUS: Demographic anti-China

Profession: researcher

  • Social factors affecting fertility in the North Caucasus. Meeting of the Demographic section of the Central House of Scientists of the RAS

  • Ethnically mixed couples in the Russian Federation according to the Census 2010. Meeting of the Statistical Section of the Central House of Scientists of the RAS

  • "Regional economics in the system of sustainable development": Round table dedicated to the 80th anniversary of the birth of Oleg Sergeyevich Pchelintsev

  • Congratulations to Valery Yumaguzin on his first jubilee

  • In memory of Georgi Yevgenevich Tsuladze, Georgian demographer and sociologist

 

 
 
 
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